It is with great pleasure that we announce to our teeming readers that the second edition of Afroscandic Print Magazine is now out. It is a world class and a high quality print magazine, beautifully designed with UV coating front cover, standard size and perfect binding.
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This edition has been dedicated to the memory of one of Africa’s bests, President Nelson Mandela, who passed away on December 15th 2013. Nelson Mandela was a rare breed, a worthy statesman, a towering political leader, an African philospher, a chieftain in the African intelligentsia, a pan-Africanist, a lover of others, especially the downtrodden people of South Africa and the world, a wordsmith par excellence, a courageous and fearless being and the Father of the new South Africa.
His life depicted uncommon sacrifices to the cause of the South African people who were subjugated under the heavy and oppressive yoke of an insensitive, haughty, hateful and inhuman apartheid government.
This is not a rehash of the tales of that ugly and shameful saga neither is it an uncommon tribute to this phenomenon. This is just an attempt to register our excitement and gratitude to a life well lived.
While this edition is obviously overshadowed by the memory of the late first black South African President, Nelson Mandela, and rightly so, other interesting features abound. There are very scintillating interviews granted to Afroscandic by several Ambassadors of African countries in the Scandinaviain which tributes were paid to Nelson Mandela as well as information shared on how education is implemented in their countries and how African prosperity can be guaranteed. Some of these Excellencies also highlighted the several business and investment opportunities that investors can take advantage of in their countries.
Another piece of good news is that the Danish government will be opening its Embassy and Trade Missions in Nigeria in August 2014. Professor Augustine Arukwe’s interview also highlights the capabilities of the human spirit when it is committed to a worthy cause, even if it is to improve its own personal fortunes.
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